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UPDATE: SHARLET & the BROTHERS McPUGGLE!
Lilbourn, MO to Falconer, NY
AUG 9 & 10
We attempted this transport back in May. At the last minute, Sharlet was pulled from the transport because the vet determined her HW was too advanced for her to travel safely. Well, her treatment is now almost complete and the vet says she is good to go!!
PLUS – the 2 puggle boys who have been fostering in Indianapolis for my rescue have found their forever homes in New York, so this transport picks them up en route and delivers them to the responsible rescue there.
UPDATE: We've now added one poor little fuzzy butt who is going to Fluffy Dog Rescue in WI. She's on this transport as far as Effingham, IL only.
Please help these 3 kids move on to their happily-ever-afters!!!
Please provide the following:
Please provide full address if volunteering for overnight.
Is email available from home or only work?
Vehicle description w/ license plate:
How many of these dogs do you think you can carry or overnight?
Name of coordinators or groups for whom you've driven before. If none, please give vet name and contact number. If OTRA, verified, please indicate this. No further references necessary.
Recommended meeting place, if any:
**If you offer to help, please add email@example.com (@msn.com) to your Safe Senders list. My run sheets have been ending up in Spam folders a lot lately. Thank you!!**
Passenger details are at the bottom of the post.
SATURDAY, AUG 9
LEG 1: Lilbourn, MO to Sikeston, MO
28.8 miles; 34 min
8:00 AM – 8:25 AM CDT
Filled – thank you Laura!!
LEG 2: Sikeston, MO to Marion, IL (I-57)
81.3 miles; 1 hr 22 min
8:35 AM – 10:00 AM CDT
Filled – thank you Kristi!!
LEG 3: Marion, IL to Mt. Vernon, IL (I-57)
45.9 miles; 50 min
10:10 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
Filled – thank you Kristi!!
LEG 4: Mt. Vernon, IL to Effingham, IL (I-57)
69 miles; 1 hr 14 min
11:10 AM – 12:25 PM CDT
Penni leaves transport in Effingham to head north to WI.
LEG 5: Effingham, IL to Terre Haute, IN (I-70)
Time zone change, +1 hr
67.7 miles; 1 hr 15 min
12:35 PM – 10 PM CDT
1:35 PM – 20 PM EDT
LEG 6: Terre Haute, IN to Indianapolis, IN (I-70)
77.1 miles; 1 hr 22 min
3:00 PM – 4:20 PM EDT
LEG 7: Indianapolis, IN to Richmond, IN (I-70)
Rusty & Sandy added in Indianapolis…
73.7 miles; 1 hr 16 min
4:30 PM – 5:45 PM EDT
Filled – thank you Debby!
LEG 8: Richmond, IN to Dayton, OH (I-70)
45.7 miles; 53 min
6:00 PM – 60 PM EDT
Filled – thank you Linda!
LEG 9: Dayton, OH to Columbus, OH (I-70)
65.2 miles; 1 hr 4 min
7:05 PM – 8:10 PM EDT
Filled – thank you Foni!
OVERNIGHT IN / AROUND COLUMBUS, OH
OVERNIGHT 1: Filled – thank you Maddie & Edd!!
SUNDAY, AUG 10
LEG 10: Columbus, OH to Mansfield, OH (I-71)
66.3 miles; 1 hr 14 min
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM EDT
Filled – thank you Maddie & Edd!!
LEG 11: Mansfield, OH to Macedonia, OH (I-71)
68.8 miles; 1 hr 10 min
10:25 AM – 11:35 AM EDT
Filled – thank you Sharon!!
LEG 12: Macedonia, OH to Ashtabula, OH (I-71 / I-90)
66.9 miles; 1 hr 8 min
11:45 AM – 125 PM EDT
LEG 13: Ashtabula, OH to Erie, PA (I-90)
Sharlet meets rescue in Erie!
51.4 miles; 56 min
1:05 PM – 2:05 PM EDT
LEG 14: Erie, PA to Falconer, NY
Brothers continue to Falconer…
38.9 miles; 37 min
2:15 PM – 20 PM EDT
Brothers McPuggle meet rescue in Falconer!!
Vehicle description: White GMC van 9CC6
Timber Ridge Aviary and Rescue PA
Contact: Peg Benoit
BREED: Sharpei mix
AGE: 4 yrs.
WEIGHT: 40 lbs
ALTERED: Y, was just altered 08/04/08 so please be gentle!
PERSONALITY: (Very sweet dog, rides well). Sometimes she tries to get in front seat but firmly telling her no or making her stay in back seat will keep her there. She tends to try to get out of the car. You must have a firm hand and grip on her. If she keeps trying to get out while you are in the seat she NEEDS TO GO POTTY. She is strong. You must have a good grip on her leash at all times. She is not much of a barker.
I will provide a harness for her that will serve as her leash and also to restrain her in the car while traveling. Use it with a seat belt to keep her in the back seat.
WATER BOWL: Yes water and bowl provided.
CRATE TRAINED: will go in a crate and be ok but of course prefers not to.
HOUSE TRAINED: yes. I have a doggy door and she used it immediately.
CAR RIDING BEHAVIOR: (Rides well. only problem is when she needs to potty she will try to get out around the person....I learned that lesson. She gets very restless when she needs to potty.
VACCINATIONS: Yes, UTD; will include copy including her bordatella.
HEARTWORMS: Yes; has been undergoing treatment since May and has made enough progress that vet has spayed and cleared for travel.
HEALTH CERTIFICATE: Will be provided health certificate.
KNOWN MEDICAL OR BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS: She is very sweet. She has a low growl that is not to be mistaken for a GROWL she just makes that noise I have found. She is good with other dogs and cats. Don't know about kids.
OTHER ITEMS ACCOMPANYING TRANSPORT: I will provide her with food, water, bowls, treats and chewies. She will have her harness/seatbelt on. I will include folder with shot and health certificates. I also will have a name tag on her with my name and number.
Fluffy Dog Rescue
262-538-2535 / 262-352-2484
Wirehaired terrier mix
Adult female, small
Trying to get spayed before transport but will be done by receiving rescue if sender's vet can't fit her in.
Has been dewormed and bordatella has been updated.
Has been out of the shelter in foster care for this week.
Good with other dogs and ignores cats.
[No pic, sorry!]
Puggles & Pitties Pet Rescue
Coming from foster:
Julie St James
Dawn's Canine Rescue
PASSENGERS B-1 & B-2:
The Brothers McPuggle: Rusty & Sandy
Pug/Beagle mixes; approx 20-25 lbs each
Both male, neutered
Both UTD on shots and chipped
Crate trained; Housebroken
Rusty is the bigger snuggler of the 2
They play rough together.
Notes from their foster mom: "The boys ride great in the car...I usually just let them both sit together in the front passenger seat. They can also be crated together in a medium crate. Their 'recall' word is "FRONT", and they are pretty good at responding to that. Finally, they can be very hard to get a leash on them since they get so excited, so I'll send them in harnesses as well which may be easier to leash and unleash. "
Independent rescue & transport coordinator
Puggles & Pitties Pet Rescue
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